A collection of remarkable paintings created mostly without paint. Since the mid-1990s, Sergej Jensen (b. in Copenhagen in 1971) has been offering one of the most remarkable responses to the question of what painting can still be today.
Author: Sergej Jensen
Publisher: Gestalten Verlag
A collection of remarkable paintings created mostly without paint. Since the mid-1990s, Sergej Jensen (b. in Copenhagen in 1971) has been offering one of the most remarkable responses to the question of what painting can still be today. Painting in the classical sense plays only a minor role: in lieu of canvas, Jensen uses jute, coarse cotton, and jeans. He incorporates spots on fabrics, which turn the expressive gesture of his paintings into a sign of wear from real life. Jensen sews fabrics together, leaving the seams visible to evoke the fleeting impression of a drawing and he colors others with gouache, acrylics, and markers, but Jensen more often applies materials foreign to painting, such as patches, paper money, spices, beads, and glitter. Hanging his fabrics from windows, Jensen lets the sun and rain contribute a patina and treats them with chlorine and paints mixed with bleach to reduce their brilliance.
This volume introduces a new body of work by Danish artist Sergej Jensen (born 1973).
Author: Sergej Jensen
This volume introduces a new body of work by Danish artist Sergej Jensen (born 1973). Known for his minimalist textile works and paintings, over a five-year period Jensen produced nearly 200 witty, surreal and cartoonish drawings of dogs, which have never before been published and are collected for the first time.
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Author: Jens Asthoff
Publisher: Prestel Pub
One of the most important artistic movements in recent years is chronicled and showcased in this dynamic work.Born in Germany in the years following the collapse of the Communist regime, the New Leipzig School started when a group of classmates at the Leipzig Academy rediscovered figurative art. Their paintings reflected the melancholy that pervaded East Germany as it struggled with capitalism, high unemployment and depopulation. Fifteen year later, paintings by the Leipzig school and its related movement, Dresden Pop, are conquering the international art market. The authors take on this important trend one painter at a time. They examine each artist's oeuvre on its own merit and consider various factors behind the movements--the onset of the digital age, social disillusionment and individual protest. Breathtaking reproductions allow readers to form their own ideas about what constitutes and drives new German painting, and understand its significance around the world.
... Antony Gormley Andreas Gursky Marcus Harvey Mona Hatoum Eberhard
Havekost Damien Hirst Gary Hume Runa Islam Sergej Jensen Anselm Kiefer
Rachel Kneebone Martin Kobe Liza Lou Christian Marclay Kris Martin Josiah
White Cube Mason's Yard is pleased to announce 'The Last Twenty Minutes of 2001, an exhibition by the Berlin-based artist Sergej Jensen.
Author: Sergej Jensen
White Cube Mason's Yard is pleased to announce 'The Last Twenty Minutes of 2001, an exhibition by the Berlin-based artist Sergej Jensen. The title of the show alludes to the visionary finale of Stanley Kubrick's '2001: A Space Odyssey' (1968), where the hero, Dave Bowman, travels through the psychedelic 'Star Gate' and 'beyond the infinite'. Jensen's new paintings invoke what the artist describes as 'floating around in a useless but essential space; an environment where 'beyond the infinite' - should you be looking for it - could equally be found in the dust on a kitchen floor'."
... Gormley Andreas Gursky Marcus Harvey Mona Hatoum Eberhard Havekost
Damien Hirst Zhang Huan Gary Hume Robert Irwin Runa Islam Sergej Jensen
Anselm Kiefer Rachel Kneebone Martin Kobe Liza Lou Christian Marclay Kris
Author: Rosalind Furness
An essential publication for anyone interested in contemporary visual art, the Frieze Art Yearbook 200910 profiles almost 300 emerging and established artists from around the world with a critical text and a colour image of their work. The book also contains thoughtful interviews with artists from Frieze Projects, Frieze Art Fairs critically acclaimed programme of commissions. The Yearbook provides a wealth of information comprising details for all the galleries participating at Frieze Art Fair and a global directory of over 2,000 leading contemporary artists.
... New York ( mit / with Sergej Jensen ) Hofheim , New York , Braunschweig ,
Kunstverein Braunschweig ( mit / with Sergej Jensen ) 2002 Kreishaus Hofheim
am Taunus ( mit / with Sergej Jensen ) Weltall umarmendes Unvermögen ,
... Eberhard Havekost Lothar Hempel Richard Hughes Dorothy lannone Sergej Jensen Sarah Jones Michael Joo Edward Krasinski Jim Lambie Marepe Dan
McCarthy Matthew Monahan Marcel Odenbach Manfred Pernice Alessandro
SERGEJ JENSEN when considering Sergej Jensen's work , certain things come
to mind . Some of the same images come back , but not in the same shapes they
had appeared in before . Viewers should keep an eye on the coordinates within ...
Publisher: Phaidon Incorporated Limited
An global survey of painting today, featuring 114 contemporary painters.
Right: A space for casual meals, the den features a custom banquette by Fox-
Nahem, which sits below a piece by Sergej Jensen. Outside in the back garden is
a sculpture by Nick van Woert. 22 - The newly created lower level, which extends
Author: Anthony Iannacci
Over 30 years, Joe Nahem of Fox-Nahem has built a reputation for creating classic, contemporary, bespoke, and highly creative interior designs. The first book on his career, Fox-Nahem presents his most luxurious, exuberant, and refined interiors that showcase his own personal vision of modernism. Featuring 15 projects, the accompanying essays detail Nahem’s design process, specifically his ability to function as much as a curator as designer, bringing together strong objects of quality and rarity in harmonious ensembles. Nahem’s interiors are unique because he designs many of the finishes, textiles, and furnishings that establish the look and feel of a room. He calls on a stable of artisans and craftspeople, including woodworkers, metal workers, and weavers, who assist him in creating one-of-a-kind environments for clients who demand something that no one else has. With more than 250 photographs, Fox-Nahem celebrates the work of a designer who seamlessly adapts his style to suit the context and fit his clients’ highly refined and original tastes.
In the realm of textile arts, I am wildlyjealous of Sergej Jensen. His work is
incredibly beautiful and incredibly brave. He is making paintings from fabric. jc—
What causes your creative blocks? How do you get past them? jb—When I can't
Author: Danielle Krysa
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Creative block presents the most crippling—and unfortunately universal—challenge for artists. No longer! This blockbuster of a book is chock-full of solutions for overcoming all manner of artistic impediment. The blogger behind The Jealous Curator interviews 50 successful international artists working in different mediums and mines their insights on how to conquer self-doubt, stay motivated, and get new ideas to flow. Each artist offers a tried-and-true exercise—from road trips to 30-day challenges to cataloging the medicine cabinet— that will kick-start the creative process. Abundantly visual with more than 300 images showcasing these artists' resulting work, Creative Block is a vital ally to students, artists, and creative professionals.
The careful attention to materials, acute physicality, and integration of laborious
techniques like sewing, knitting, and weaving in the paintings of Sergej Jensen,
Mark Barrow, Sarah Crowner, and Ruth Laskey deliberately foreground process.
Author: Alexander Dumbadze
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
An engaging account of today’s contemporary art world that features original articles by leading international art historians, critics, curators, and artists, introducing varied perspectives on the most important debates and discussions happening around the world. Features a collection of all-new essays, organized around fourteen specific themes, chosen to reflect the latest debates in contemporary art since 1989 Each topic is prefaced by an introduction on current discussions in the field and investigated by three essays, each shedding light on the subject in new and contrasting ways Topics include: globalization, formalism, technology, participation, agency, biennials, activism, fundamentalism, judgment, markets, art schools, and scholarship International in scope, bringing together over forty of the most important voices in the field, including Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy, David Joselit, Michelle Kuo, Raqs Media Collective, and Jan Verwoert A stimulating guide that will encourage polemical interventions and foster critical dialogue among both students and art aficionados
The residential-style space features furniture sourced from local purveyors JF
Chen, Galerie Half, and Thomas Hayes Gallery, paintings by artists John
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Author: Booth Moore
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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... Inc. Setsuko Isohi TAI Gallery Jasmin Joseph Worthington Gallery Kate Jenkins
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery Sergei Isupov Ferrin Gallery Thomas Joseph
Thomas Masters Gallery Sergej Jensen White Cube Michiko Itatani Anchor
Rainer Metzger Stephan Berg, Martin Engler, Kestner-Gesellschaft, Kunstverein
Hannover, Sprengel Museum (Hannover). 2005 Sergej Jensen 90 Ohne Titel
2004 SERGEJ JENSEN Caroline Kading. Sabine Hornig 89 Schule Sergej Jensen ...
Author: Rainer Metzger
Publisher: Hatje Cantz Pub
"Made in Germany offers a comprehensive survey of contemporary art in Germany. At its core are fifty-two young artists living and working in Germany, about half of whom are from abroad and all of whom are among the promising newcomers of the international art scene. In looking at questions of artistic identity, Made in Germany no longer simply considers the birthplace and biography of the artists, but also the context of where the work itself is produced. This is the first time that modern German art has been clearly examined to this great an extent as a weave of national particularities and cultural exchange." "This volume provides concise insights into the complete oeuvres of all the artists, as well as an informative comparison of the individual artists and each of their different regional and biographical contexts."--BOOK JACKET.
Anne Ellegood, Douglas Fogle, John Cage, Charles Long, Corrina Peipon
Hammer Museum. SERGEJ JENSEN While paintings are at the core of Sergej Jensen's practice — which also includes film , video , and music - he rarely uses
paint in ...
Author: Anne Ellegood
Publisher: Prestel Pub
This book accompanies the latest bi-annual invitational exhibition organized by the Hammer Museum, which showcases the work of several Los Angeles-based artists, both established and emerging, as well as a number of artists from around the world. This catalogue to the 2011 exhibition highlights the work of fourteen contemporary artists across a wide range of media, including painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, performance art, moving image, and sound. Chosen for their interest in examining the nature of being and our experiential relationship to the world as well as their desire to make the process of artistic production visible to the viewer, this group of artists includes Karla Black, Charles Gaines, Evan Holloway, Sergej Jensen, Ian Kiaer, Jorge Macchi, Dianna Molzan, Fernando Ortega, Eileen Quinlan, Gedi Sibony, Paul Sietsema, Frances Stark, Mateo Tannatt, and Kerry Tribe. Their work explores the transient nature of materials, the limitations of structures and systems, and connections to music, sound, literature, mathematics, and time. This volume includes essays by the artist Charles Long and by Anne Ellegood and Douglas Fogle, the exhibition's curators, as well as a section of color plates and a brief text and biographical information for each artist, making this an exciting reflection on the nature of art-making today.
SERGEJ JENSEN WHITE CUBE - LONDON “ The last twenty minutes of 2001 , ” Sergej Jensen's recent exhibition at the White Cube , is inspired by the finale of
Stanley Kubrick's 2001 : A Space Odyssey , when David Bowman travels through